Hotel Medium City
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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I won't say I have totally fallen for Barcelona just yet, but after my random rambles either with Miss J or solo (after she started the official business of participation in the International Society of Ultrasound and Gynaecology (ISOUG)), I am starting to realise the amazing blend of the ancient and the modern mixed in a well serviced bustling city on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea - it basically ticks lots of boxes.
But the first task of the day was getting the hire ...
... as this canvas of my new life is, the background tones of my
personality and my past are an important part of the creation. And you, my
lovely, supportive readers, family and friends, well, sometimes you are the
part of the primary palette, sometimes you are the brush. Thank you for living
this experience along with me.
Yesterday my improved health coincided with the return of
warm weather so I could visit ...
... get in I am disappointed, don't get me wrong I don't mind 'the dank' in places like Moe's Tavern, but 'the dank' shouldn't be on the beach front charging an arm and a leg for a drink you didn't want to order. Ganzer and I buy a round of what we think to be Captain Morgan's spiced rum, it doesn't taste like what we ordered so we complain for fifteen minutes before eventually getting what we want ... which is the exact thing we had, plus we paid more this time ... for **** ...
... changed immediately to dry, scrabbly stone and distinctive drought-resistant vegetation. It was a revelation to discover orderly traffic, a clean calm city and a happy GPS. Feeling very clever, we glided into the secure carpark and reversed in to the wall so that our boot full of loot couldn't be raided. Problemo - wrong carpark - this one costs 30 Euros a day, not 37 for 3. We looked at each other and nodded in unison - we're not moving!! Robert booked a 7-room ...
... that way. This bar was very small very interesting music and the chairs were made our of old truck tyres! It was very loud but apparently a very popular students bar. A few of us soon got pretty bored of this, one of the boys had been out to this other bar the night before he wanted to take us there making a quick stop off at the hostel. This is where my cousin and I decided to leave them as we were a bit tired and had a big day planned the next day. We quietly snuck away to ...